CPA exam: Exam: CPA schools are in trouble
The CPA certification exam is in trouble.
CPA Schools, which are required to offer a curriculum to students who want to go to the CPA, are in need of reforms, and some are already failing their students, according to a report by a leading Indian think tank.CPA Schools have failed to offer their curriculum to their students in a timely manner.
The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has asked them to do so within six months, but there is no sign of this happening.
The report also stated that the CPM had failed to meet the demand of the Government to implement its new curriculum, and the government had failed in its responsibility to supervise the schools.
The CPA Certification Exam is administered by the Ministry of Business and Industry, and has become the most sought-after certification in India, as it is a mandatory exam for students of all disciplines and professions.
The exam is given by the government to candidates in various disciplines, including engineers, doctors, teachers, lawyers, doctors and technicians.
The Government had introduced the exam to help boost the Indian economy.
But many of its examiners are not trained in the exam.
The exams have become increasingly difficult for CPA candidates to complete, as a result of the demonetisation move, which has made it a costly exercise.
As a result, many schools have become unviable and have closed down.
“It is the first time in the history of CPA that there are fewer CPA exams,” said Aniruddha Bhattacharya, an Associate Professor of Management Science and Economics at the University of Hyderabad.